30fps to 24fps

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What is the best way to convert 30fps mini dv to 24fps in premier pro? I
have tried the posterize time effect but it makes the video jerky.

Any ideas?

Thanks!
 
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doesnt it have a frame rate conversion utility...have you typed this phrase
into help?

"na" <none@none.com> wrote in message
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> What is the best way to convert 30fps mini dv to 24fps in premier pro? I
> have tried the posterize time effect but it makes the video jerky.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks!
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Not that I can find :(

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On Sun, 4 Apr 2004 13:18:14 +0000 (UTC), "Lazzy"
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>doesnt it have a frame rate conversion utility

I never went further than Premiere 4.2, but I guess if you set 30 fps
as the project output, you'll have it.
 
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na wrote:

> What is the best way to convert 30fps mini dv to 24fps in premier pro? I
> have tried the posterize time effect but it makes the video jerky.
>
> Any ideas?

I believe that the ONLY two video editing software programs that have
24p support is Avid and Final Cut Pro.

-Richard
 
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On Tue, 06 Apr 2004 00:07:33 GMT, Richard Ragon
<bsema04NOSPAM@hanaho.com> wrote:

>na wrote:
>
>> What is the best way to convert 30fps mini dv to 24fps in premier pro? I
>> have tried the posterize time effect but it makes the video jerky.
>>
>> Any ideas?
>
>I believe that the ONLY two video editing software programs that have
>24p support is Avid and Final Cut Pro.

Vegas does 24p just dandy.

The problem with converting from real 30fps video is that you're
removing information -- something's gotta give. A simple rendering of
30fps video to 24fps, much like NTSC to PAL conversion, yields a
choppy result. More sophisticated rendering can do interpolation, but
it's also likely to blur.
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Dave Haynie wrote:

> On Tue, 06 Apr 2004 00:07:33 GMT, Richard Ragon
> <bsema04NOSPAM@hanaho.com> wrote:
>
>
>>na wrote:
>>
>>
>>>What is the best way to convert 30fps mini dv to 24fps in premier pro? I
>>>have tried the posterize time effect but it makes the video jerky.
>>>
>>>Any ideas?
>>
>>I believe that the ONLY two video editing software programs that have
>>24p support is Avid and Final Cut Pro.
>
>
> Vegas does 24p just dandy.

The new version? Because the old one didn't do 24p. 24p was one of the
new features that they announced for the new version coming out.

-Richard


> The problem with converting from real 30fps video is that you're
> removing information -- something's gotta give. A simple rendering of
> 30fps video to 24fps, much like NTSC to PAL conversion, yields a
> choppy result. More sophisticated rendering can do interpolation, but
> it's also likely to blur.
 
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On Tue, 06 Apr 2004 16:36:10 GMT, Richard Ragon
<bsema04NOSPAM@hanaho.com> wrote:

>Dave Haynie wrote:
>
>> On Tue, 06 Apr 2004 00:07:33 GMT, Richard Ragon
>> <bsema04NOSPAM@hanaho.com> wrote:

>>>>What is the best way to convert 30fps mini dv to 24fps in premier pro? I
>>>>have tried the posterize time effect but it makes the video jerky.

>>>I believe that the ONLY two video editing software programs that have
>>>24p support is Avid and Final Cut Pro.

>> Vegas does 24p just dandy.

>The new version? Because the old one didn't do 24p. 24p was one of the
>new features that they announced for the new version coming out.

Ok, Vegas 4 actually does 23.97fps as 24p, which I would expect is
what you'd normally want -- that NTSCfilm speed, you can use it on
DVDs, etc. Pre-defined 24p project modes include NTSC DV 24p, NTSC DV
Widescreen 24p, HD 720-24p, HD 1080-24p.

I mean, you can edit and render 24p all over the place. That is the
primary purpose of Vegas. Maybe they're missing 24p/DV capture, or 24p
support in DVD Architect? No, just checked... Vegas supports MPEG-2
rendering in the goofball DVD Architect format (MPEG-2 PS without
audio stream included, rather than the ES formats everyone else uses)
for 24p and 24p Widescreen.

Just what kind of 24p support do you find lacking in Vegas 4? I
haven't seen an official Vegas 5 release; they're saving that for NAB
or something I guess.

Dave Haynie | Chief Toady, Frog Pond Media Consulting
dhaynie@jersey.net| Take Back Freedom! Bush no more in 2004!
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